Dive into a World of Color at Mika Ninagawa’s “Eternity in a Moment” at Toranomon Hills
Immerse Yourself in the Vibrant Artistry of Mika Ninagawa: Tickets Available November 10th
Mika Ninagawa’s largest exhibition, “Eternity in a Moment,” is set to debut at Toranomon Hills with the opening of TOKYO NODE. Tickets go on sale online starting November 10th (Friday).
In celebration of the opening of TOKYO NODE, the information hub at Toranomon Hills, the second phase of the opening commemoration project presents Mika Ninagawa’s largest exhibition ever. Dive into an art experience in a utopia 200 meters above ground, shining with colorful light.
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Photo credit: TOKYO NODE 胡蝶のめぐる季節
Mika Ninagawa Exhibition: Eternity in a Moment, a visual feast for art enthusiasts, is opening its doors at the newly inaugurated TOKYO NODE located in Toranomon Hills Station Tower on December 5th. This landmark event features Ninagawa’s largest showcase to date, integrating Tokyo’s breathtaking cityscape with her vibrant photography and film direction.
If you are an art lover! Get ready to step into a kaleidoscope of color at Mika Ninagawa’s most extensive exhibition ever, “Eternity in a Moment.” It’s popping up at TOKYO NODE in Toranomon Hills from December 5th, and trust me, it’s an event you won’t want to miss. Picture this: You’re on the 45th floor surrounded by 1500 square meters of breathtaking views of Tokyo, and right in the middle, Mika Ninagawa’s vibrant world comes alive. It’s like walking into a dream where every snapshot is more striking than the last.
Get Ready for a Feast for Your Senses
We’re talking 14 new works here—each one a masterpiece of photos, and video installation displays, all of which were created specifically for this exhibition. The exhibition space, located on the 45th floor of the Toranomon Hills Station Tower, offers an area of approximately 1500 square meters, providing a panoramic view of Tokyo from over 200 meters above ground.
The works are designed to integrate the Tokyo landscape and natural light, offering a unique experience only available during this exhibition at this location. The exhibition brings together 14 newly commissioned works, including striking photo installations and multidimensional creations, tailored specifically for this event. Visitors can look forward to immersive experiences that harmonize with the natural light and panoramic views unique to this venue.
The image of Intersecting Future, Photo credit: TOKYO NODE
Everything is newly created and freshly shot. A video installation composed of ‘real’ subjects without the use of CG. The videos produced for this exhibition, while fantastical in beauty, capture reality without the use of CG or similar technologies. They elevate the fleeting beauty found in everyday life to the status of an eternal presence.
Flashing Before Our Eyes
The image of Flashing Before Our Eyes, Photo credit: TOKYO NODE
A large-scale video experience that utilizes the entire surface of a dome-shaped ceiling with a maximum height of 15 meters. Concepts such as movement and stillness, life and death, tension and relaxation appear in quick succession, like a revolving lantern. The piece imagines the process of sinking into the unconscious, regaining consciousness, and awakening once again.
More Than Just an Exhibition
To commemorate the exhibition, a pop-up shop selling apparel in collaboration with designers and exclusive original merchandise available only at the venue will be present during the exhibition period. Additionally, there will be collaborative menus with restaurants in TOKYO NODE, and other events are also planned. While you’re there, don’t miss out on the exclusive merch at the pop-up shop.
Photo credit: TOKYO NODE
During the advance ticket sales period, they will sell ‘tickets with goods’ that include a limited design ‘Thermo Bottle’ or ‘Eco Bag’ (both normally priced at 5,940 yen) for an additional 5,000 yen on top of the advance ticket price. It’s a luxurious set ticket that also includes an ‘Original Compact Mirror’ (limited quantity, sales end when sold out).
Advance Purchase Benefits (applicable to all types of advance tickets): For those who purchase tickets during the advance sales period, they will present an ‘Original Compact Mirror’ (normally priced at 990 yen) as a gift (limited quantity, sales end when sold out).
Photo credit: TOKYO NODE official website
Mika Ninagawa Exhibition: Eternity in a Moment
Venue: TOKYO NODE GALLERY A/B/C (Toranomon Hills Station Tower, 45F, 2-6-2 Toranomon, Minato-ku, Tokyo)
Access: Direct connection from Toranomon Hills Station on the Hibiya Line
Date: December 5, 2023 (Tue) to February 25, 2024 (Sun) ※Closed on certain holidays including year-end and New Year
Hours: Mon, Wed, Thu, Sun: 10:00 – 20:00 / Tue: 10:00 – 17:00 / Fri, Sat, Day before Holidays: 10:00 – 21:00 ※Last admission 30 minutes before closing ※10:00 – 20:00 on holidays
Duration: Approximately 60 minutes
Official Website: https://tokyonode.jp/
Sales period: November 10, 2023 (Friday) to December 4, 2023 (Monday) 23:59
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